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Premier League TV schedule 2021/22 – How to watch every game live

Your complete Premier League TV schedule for the 2021/22 season featuring dates, times, TV channel details for every game.

Premier League TV fixtures 2021/22

Another weekend of Premier League action live on TV has passed with three front-runners emerging at the top of the fledgling table.


Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are all level on 13 points after five matches with four wins and a draw apiece, while Manchester City linger three points behind.

The Blues’ 3-0 toppling of rivals Tottenham will have given them a major confidence boost that they can run alongside the very best in 2021/22, but Liverpool and United look equally threatening.

Towards the bottom end of the table, Norwich, Burnley, Newcastle and Leeds remain winless after five matches, though the latter of those teams has endured a tricky schedule featuring three of the current top six.

RadioTimes.com brings you the complete Premier League TV schedule including every game you can watch live in the UK, and we’ll keep you updated throughout the whole season.

For more Premier League features check out: Premier League stadiums | Premier League kits | Who will win the Premier League? | Premier League table predicted 2021/22

Premier League TV rights 2021/22

Sky Sports Premier League and Football channels cost just £18 per month combined, or you can pick up the complete sports package from just £25 per month.

NOW is essentially Sky Sports without a contract. You can buy day membership (£9.99) or month membership (£33.99).

BT Sport typically shows games in the weekly Saturday lunchtime slot. Sign up for a BT Sport subscription or pick up a contract-free BT Sport monthly pass for £25.

Amazon Prime Video boast two rounds of games prior to Christmas. Take advantage of their 30-day free trial which includes free next-day delivery across the Amazon store.

Premier League TV schedule 2021/22

All UK time

Saturday 25th September

Chelsea v Man City (12:30pm) BT Sport 1

Brentford v Liverpool (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Sunday 26th September

Southampton v Wolves (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Arsenal v Tottenham (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Monday 27th September

Crystal Palace v Brighton (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event

Saturday 2nd October

Man Utd v Everton (12:30pm) BT Sport

Brighton v Arsenal (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 3rd October

Crystal Palace v Leicester (2pm) Sky Sports

Liverpool v Man City (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 16th October

Watford v Liverpool (12:30pm) BT Sport

Brentford v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 17th October

Everton v West Ham (2pm) Sky Sports

Newcastle v Tottenham (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Monday 18th October

Arsenal v Crystal Palace (8pm) Sky Sports

Friday 22nd October

Arsenal v Aston Villa (8pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 23rd October

Chelsea v Norwich (12:30pm) BT Sport

Brighton v Man City (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 24th October

West Ham v Tottenham (2pm) Sky Sports

Man Utd v Liverpool (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 30th October

Leicester v Arsenal (12:30pm) BT Sport

Tottenham v Man Utd (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 31st October

Norwich v Leeds (2pm) Sky Sports

Aston Villa v West Ham (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Monday 1st November

Wolves v Everton (8pm) Sky Sports

Exact dates, times and broadcast details to be confirmed for November onwards.

Are all Premier League fixtures on TV?

No. Unfortunately for football fans, not every game will be shown live on TV in 2021/22, unlike the previous season.

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck and fans were unable to attend matches, broadcasters were handed the rights to show every match live on TV – in some cases for free – for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign.

In 2020/21, matches were staggered at different times to ensure every person could watch every game live on TV.

However, now that fans are allowed back into stadiums across the land, 3pm kick-offs are back, traditional times have returned and fewer games will be shown.


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